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Emmanov1980's items1 of 4Some information on huge vintage piece weighing 4.7 kg please Base of the bowl
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    Posted 4 years ago

    Emmanov1980
    (4 items)

    Would anyone have any information on this please.Says London midland and Scottish railway on back.Print underneath as shown in pictures.Any help much appreciated.Age etc.Thank you

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    1. AzTom AzTom, 4 years ago
      I never got into the trains but I think this is a Hornby by Meccano Ld.
      A google search should bring up a lot of info.
    2. Lata Lata, 2 years ago
      This is a really cool and rare O gauge Locomotive! it was produced in the late 1920´s by Meccano (Hornby), Lithographed tin, its still in good shape considering it has almost 100 years, its missing the side rods, pistons and cylinders, but you can find replacement parts to restore it. This is a 1927 identic Hornby model https://dolfmeister.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/03/IMG_0009-512x384.jpg

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